Teacher’s Pet

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Mr. Bevins' dog posing in a field.

Mr. Bevins' dog posing in a field.

Picture Credit: Mr. Bevins

Picture Credit: Mr. Bevins

Mr. Bevins' dog posing in a field.

Ava Cunningham and Bella Davies

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It is a well known fact that the students of Rosary Academy have a passion for their pets.  But what about the teachers? Not surprisingly your teachers do too!

We asked a few of Rosary’s finest instructors about why they feel their pet is top notch:

Picture Credit: Mr. Faubl
Mr. Faubl’s cat Puff spending time at home.

“He rode with me across the country for 3000 miles, 3 days, he didn’t complain at all he just sat there and was very good,” Mr. Faubl said of his cat Puff, talking about what a great traveling companion he is.

Mr. Bevins, parent to three dogs and a mysterious turtle, said about his turtle, “It has been missing for the last two years and I don’t really know where he is, so like he lives life on his own pace and does his own thing. Every year or two, I just randomly see him when he pops up, give him a strawberry, then he disappears again for two years.”

Mrs. Rosales is the proud owner of three cats with creative names: Crookshank, Padfoot, and Molly [Weasley]. She told us: “My pets are the best, first of all just because they’re my pets, also because they’re named after Harry Potter characters. Specifically Padfoot, he is really cool because he is just like his namesake in Harry Potter and he just a total adventurer, troublemaker”

Picture Credit: Señora Kappe
Señora Kappe’s dog Pugsy playing with a ball.

Señora Kappe excitedly describes her brand new baby pug, Pugsy. “Pugsy is the best because he is always ready to play, he’s super sweet, and he’s a great babysitter for Tyler.”

“Mia is the smartest dog I have ever owned. She can: heal, sit, come, stay, army crawl, she picks up laundry that I drop as I am going to the washing machine, she picks up the newspaper in the morning so I don’t have to go out in my jammies and get my newspaper,” Mrs. Nutt said about her legendary lab Macadamia (Mia) Nutt.

Now it is up to you to decide who wins the title of “Best Teacher’s Pet”. Listen in the announcements for the winner on Friday, September 8th.

Which teacher pet is the best?

  • Mr. Bevins' nomadic turtle (50%, 4 Votes)
  • Mastermind Mia (38%, 3 Votes)
  • Traveling Companion Puff (13%, 1 Votes)
  • Playful Pugsy (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Adventurous Padfoot (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 8

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